It’s a mouthful, but what its name really means is that it’s super cheap (by central Tokyo standards) and has a super location only a block east of Tokyo Station. Part of a growing hotel chain that edges competitors out with low prices, it offers small rooms with all the basics, plus pull-down window shades for total darkness, wall-mounted TVs (there’s nowhere else to really put them), and humidifier/air purifiers. There’s also a ladies’ floor that offers the additions of face steamers, makeup mirrors and other amenities in rooms done up in feminine colors. However, with the rest of Tokyo within such easy reach, I’m betting you won’t want to spend much quality time in your room, though you might want to take a dip in the large public baths, which feature playful—if slightly weird—seasonal additions, such as lemons added to the water.